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The Story of Themightymiracleman

How I sustained a Traumatic Brain Injury


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The beginning
It started on the night of October 14, 2011. Never in my wildest dreams did I think this would happen... I had just awoken from a nap and was really to set out to meet my father and brother for a weekend hunting trip. Unfortunately, that weekend would be the start of a different kind of journey, a very long and arduous one. I had just made it through Montana and was on the Lolo pass along the river, which was on my left when it happened. I was driving along when suddenly a deer jumped in front of me. I swerved left. Bad idea, the river was there, so I turned right quickly and over corrected accidentally. The car flipped on it’s side and slid into the hillside. When it did my head slammed into the seat and then rebounded into the steering wheel. This is when I lost consciousness.

I’ve been told that several hours passed before a truck driver discovered my car, who unhitched his load to hurry to an emergency phone line. Since it was foggy they couldn’t send an airplane or helicopter and I had to wait several hours for an ambulance out of Missoula, Montana. I hung upside down by the seatbelt for hours with a broken Sternum, both clavicles, six ribs, two vertebrae, and a collapsed lung. I imagine most of the readers are going, “that’s quite a bit of broken bones, how is he not dead?” Honestly I’m thinking the same thing as I write this. I have a very deep faith so I hope you’ll understand my belief that God must have saved me.


My physical therapist's assistant, Shawn Burke who's also a personal trainer and ASEA athlete, invited me to a meeting for something called ASEA. I didn't know what it was at the time but I and my chemical engineer dad soon learned how Asea boosts our own natural redox signaling. My dad being a chemical engineer and me being a pre-med student, understood the chemistry behind the product. . As I listened about the chemistry, I started to point at a bottle and whisper to my dad that I needed it. After the meeting, we went up and asked about getting on the product. I was disappointed at first to find out that we had to order and wait for it. That disappointment soon changed though as they figured out how to get me some that night, I started the product that night, and I've been on it ever since

What I only came to know much much later was that I had hung unconscious upside down in my smashed jeep for hours. I hung upside down by the seatbeltFor hours until someone found me.
During my 4 months in a coma the doctors told my parents the hardest thing that any doctor could ever have to say, the doctor thought the kindest thing to do would be to turn off the machines and euthanize me to go in peace. In his opinion the rest of my life consisted of a vegetative state, constant care, and a long oblivion of isolation and silence.

My parents refused to accept this death sentence for their child.

Instead they chose the impossible task of caring for me themselves. They decided they would take me home and do whatever they had to do for me to have any quality of life. To do anything they could to help me.

My parents put me up in their own room to take of the special needs I had such as toileting at night. They worked with me and cared for me and never gave up on me. They had to start over, teaching me everything again. It was about at this time when my dad, who has a degree in chemical engineering was approached by a physical therapist assistant from another hospital who wanted to introduce us to a technology he felt would help my condition. His name was Shawn Burke and the technology was ReDox Signaling Molecules.

My dad understood the significance of this science and its implications right away. I understood too what this represented.  So I started taking the ReDox multiple times a day.  I also started seeing Shawn who tirelessly worked with me. Shawn was actually with me for my first steps that were totally assisted, and was still working with me to see me take my first steps unassisted. I have no doubt that my recovery was due to not only my own will, and Shawn's hard work and encouragement, but it was in large part the ReDox technology that helped me battle my way through insurmountable odds.

After having my parents told to euthanize me, and my being told time after time by doctors that I had little to no chance of any quality of life, and would certainly never walk, run, or do anything approaching a physical endeavor, it all sounded pretty hopeless.  My parents, and Shawn told me not to listen. I was the master of my future. To set goals. So I did. I wanted to stand strong. With these people behind me and this amazing technology I proved everyone else wrong. Thanks to ReDox technology, my parents and so many special people, like Shawn Burke who never gave up on me, I am now doing all of those things they said I never could, and more.

As I said, I got the product that night and started it. I notced that I felt better after the first two weeks but was skeptical if it was because of ASEA. As you can see, I was wheelchair bound at the time when I got on the product. After around 4-5 weeks, I was able to start walking with the use of a walker. I progressed to forearm crutches after a couple months and then to a single forearm crutch a few weeks later. After a few weeks with that, I went to a single point cane I relied heavily on the cane for several weeks but after that, I began to rely less and less on it. I used the cane sparingly for only about a month before I was able to walk on my own. For the next year, I carried a walking stick just in case but hardly ever had to use it, After a year, I felt safe enough to put the walking stick away.

I have gone from life support, to a wheel chair, to a walker, then with the aid of two walking sticks, then, finally walking free of any aid. Now I am riding a bike and sprinting. I am also learning to once again, drive a car.

Looking towards the future, my goal is to do a triathlon. When I do, no doubt Shawn Burke, Champion Ironman, regardless of my pace, will never leave my side. He is now a close friend.

I battled my way back to the living thanks to ReDox Signaling Molecules. I am now in Physical Therapy School, and my goal is to reach out to as many people as I can to encourage them, and their families to never give up hope. I'll do this through my life's experience, as a physical therapist and trainer like Shawn. With determination, hope, and a little help from ReDox technology, which has helped my body heal, I am living proof of what can be accomplished. So don't give up. Stand up. No matter how long it takes.

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